Tag Archive | "Video"

Video with your DSLR Week: Shooting Video the DSLR Way

Sunday, August 1, 2010

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Video with your DSLR Week: Shooting Video the DSLR Way

[Editors Note: This week is “Shooting Video with your DSLR” here on DPE with Rob Sheppard, Art Howard and Juan Pons. We will be bringing you a new article every day this week, make to sure to check them all out!] I love using my Canon EOS 7D for video. It is truly a lot […]

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Creating a Time Lapse Movie

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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Creating a Time Lapse Movie

A great tool to have in your kit for creative or documentary purposes is time lapse. Time lapse photography is essentially capturing multiple images over a relatively long period of time and then playing them back over a relatively short period. Whether shooting a sunset, a boat trip, a soccer game, or a dessicating piece […]

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MediaStorm posts Guide to Final Cut Pro Resources on the Web

Thursday, April 15, 2010

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MediaStorm, the brainchild of multimedia producer Brian Storm, has just posted the “MediaStorm’s Guide to Final Cut Pro Resources on the Web“, a very comprehensive list of the most important resources on the web for those interested in Final Cut Pro. If use or are interested in learning mode about FCP, this is an awesome […]

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Art’s Top Ten Video Tips

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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Art’s Top Ten Video Tips

Capturing video is a bit different than capturing stills. Although some of the same rules apply there are some key differences and some key techniques you can employ to make a compelling film. As more and more folks are entering the world of video with the new video capable DSLRs I thought I would share […]

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Recording audio with your video DSLR, Part II

Thursday, March 18, 2010

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Recording audio with your video DSLR, Part II

This is the second part of my “Recording audio with your video DSLR” post from last month. Apologies for not being to get this out sooner, I’ve just been busier than I anticipated. In any case, first I want to thank you all for all the great feedback and questions regarding that post. I am […]

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Roll with it

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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Roll with it

Moments of sight and sound are what make videos strong, powerful, memorable. But one of the first things shooters forget to do is ROLL. I know it sounds crazy but you have to roll to capture moments. You get caught up in the moment and forget to push the button. If you see it thru […]

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Dreaming of Spring

Friday, February 19, 2010

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I don’t know about you, but I am very much looking for spring to arrive. I am saying that just as I am getting ready to head out to Yellowstone for my “Winter in Yellowstone” photo workshop… go figure. As I start thinking of the images I want make come spring time, I start by […]

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Vimeo posts their top 25 videos of 2009

Thursday, February 18, 2010

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As you may have noticed we use Vimeo on DPE, we think the video quality far surpasses anything else out there, additionally they have one of the most vibrant independent video producer communities around. The staff at Vimeo have just posted their favorite videos of 2009. Definitely worth a look. http://www.vimeo.com/album/159627/page:1

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Planet 5D adds new review site

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

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Planet 5D adds new review site

Friend of DPE, and owner of planet 5D, planetMitch has just launched another great addition to his empire dedicated to be the “best Canon hybrid site on the planet”. If you have any interest whatsoever in shooting movies with the latest Video DSLRs from Canon, you need to be following planet5D. The new planet5D Review […]

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Recording audio with your video DSLR, Part I

Friday, February 12, 2010

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Recording audio with your video DSLR, Part I

I hope you got a chance to read Ricks excellent article on how important sound is when shooting video. Well in the short time I have been shooting video seriously I have very quickly learned that sound is often more important than the video itself. To that end, I have talked to many folks about […]

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